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Our bus from Plitvice Lake took 11 hours. We watched people get on and off all day long until it was finally our turn. When we got to the station we called the hostel and ten minutes later we were picked up and at the house. We had reserved over the phone in Zagreb and we were under the impression we would be getting two dorm beds. When we peaked …
Dubrovnik is a nice break from the other cities I visited before this. Although the temperatures were pretty low, the sun was shining most of the time and Dubrovnik Oldtown is just stunning! On Friday, after I came into town and got the hostel sorted (a very nice hostel run by a 7 person family with loads of yummy selfmade foodstuffs and liquors!) …
Pictures for "Hypertravel: 100 Countries in 2 Years (Backpackers' Guide to the World and the Soul)" by Hardie Karges, more info available at www.hypertravel.biz
On the ride back home from Bosnia the night before, we made the half-drunk decision to do the hostel-run Montenegro tour the next day again with Ivica. The tour was much lower key than the previous day, partly due to the nature of the tour itself, and partly due to us going out late the night before. First stop was a trip out to two beautiful small …
I had read a review recommending the Bosnia day trip run by the Perkovic's son Ivica. After seeing one picture of the featured stop Kravice falls, I had only one question for our potential guide:
"Can we swim in them?"
"It's Bosnia. Nothing is allowed, but everything is allowed." Sold.
The first …
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Everything was perfect! French toast breakfast easily filled us up until dinnertime. Milka is amazing.
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